3d imaging

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By: GE Healthcare     Published Date: Feb 23, 2015
Given the wide range of technology options available, it's important for healthcare IT executives to pick the right image management technology and approach for a long-term sustainable solution delivering the desired performance and ROI. This whitepaper explores solutions for multi-layered neutrality, a standards-based framework for unifying medical images and clinical documents across the enterprise and community.
Tags : enterprise imaging, advanced visualization, universal viewer, centricity pacs, 3d imaging, radiology imaging solutions, diagnostic medical imaging, radiology medical imaging
     GE Healthcare
By: Movidius     Published Date: Jan 10, 2011
This whitepaper outlines methods for creating high quality HD 3D images and shows the potential of 3D as a new standard for mobile devices
Tags : mobile, autostereoscopic, parallax, convergence
     Movidius
By: GE Healthcare     Published Date: Feb 23, 2015
This study surveyed radiologists about inefficiencies in their workflows, revealing a number of shortcomings with the information technologies radiologists employ to review, interpret, and report diagnostic imaging examinations.
Tags : enterprise imaging, advanced visualization, universal viewer, centricity pacs, 3d imaging, radiology imaging solutions, diagnostic medical imaging, radiology medical imaging
     GE Healthcare
By: GE Healthcare     Published Date: Feb 23, 2015
This short video shows you how GE Healthcare’s Centricity™ Solutions for Enterprise Imaging deliver a common viewing, analytics and vendor-neutral archiving experience across specialties.
Tags : enterprise imaging, advanced visualization, universal viewer, centricity pacs, 3d imaging, radiology imaging solutions, diagnostic medical imaging, radiology medical imaging
     GE Healthcare
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